YUKON GOLD POTATOES: Standing true to CSA, you get what we have a bounty of! But heck, it's pretty nice to have a constant stream of local, organic potatoes and who can resist some beautiful yukons.
JANUARY KING CABBAGE: Another of our winter warriors, these guys seem like they can withstand anything and everything. A nice hardy savoy type cabbage. Some heads are smaller, some are just right and some were so huge we had our chef cut them in half. Savoy cabbage is sweet and tender and cooks fantastically. It is very versatile and can be sautéed, shredded in a salad, used for kraut or kimchi, added to a soup and so much more!
APROVECHO TURNIPS: Ya'll have had these before. A fantastic winter turnip – hardy and delicious! They totally look like apples to me. These are great roasted or sautéed.
PIACENTINA or KABOCHA SQUASH (Large Only): The last of the squash! Kabochas are pretty sweet while Piacentina are a bit more on the savory side. Yummy dry, orange flesh makes them great for raviolis, pasta sauce, baked goods and anything that requires a less watery base.
MUSTARD GREENS (Large Only): Greens!! A nice bunch of mustard greens from one of our cold houses. These are great braised (takes a bit of the heat off) or if you like things spicy and flavorful eat them raw in a salad or as a bed for some sort of protein. I love them raw, but that's just me. Pork chops with mustard greens, yum.
oh and some SHALLOTS for Large only!